Accession consists of B. Borochov Branch 124 of Farband Labor Zionist Order's programs. Programs are for annual theatrical events, annual concerts , the 50th Golden Jubilee Celebrations, and the 60th Festive Jubilee Celebrations
In 1917 a group of young people founded a club and decided to join the Toronto Farband. They were officially inaugurated as Farband Branch No. 124 on July 14, 1918 and took the name of the late labour zionist Ber Borochov.
The Branch paid the bills for members who joined the Jewish Legion and also elected a committee to the Jewish Congress. They continued to raise funds for several other Jewish organizations and, as well, they purchased a house to accomodate the cultural programs they hosted. They hosted annual theatre events, concerts, lecture series and opened a library within their house where they could also conduct readings.